Differential Diagnosis and Treatment in Social Work

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Simon and Schuster, 1983 - Social Science - 897 pages
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Contents

Foreword by Florence Hollis
xvii
Preface to the Second Edition
xxv
Acknowledgments
xxxix
PARTI Stagesof Human Development
1
Qualifications and Tasks of the Therapist in Group Therapy
15
ShortTerm Treatment with the Adolescent Client
23
THE YOUNG ADULT
37
THE ADULT
52
BURN PATIENTS
370
CARDIAC DISORDERS
390
DIABETES
413
GENETIC PROBLEMS
430
KIDNEY DISEASE
451
NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES
476
PAIN
497
RETARDATION
511

Wife to Widow to Woman
63
MARRIAGE
75
THE PARENT
86
Motherhood Mothering and Casework
95
THE FAMILY
106
MIDDLE
119
OLD
129
DEATH
145
Psychosocial Disorders
155
DEPRESSION
168
ANXIETY DISORDERS
184
New Ways of Treating Addicts
207
ORGANIC MENTAL DISORDERS
226
PARANOID DISORDERS
245
PERSONALITY DISORDERS
258
Specific
275
PSYCHOSEXUAL DISORDERS
303
Legal and Social Interface in Counseling Homosexual Clients
317
Treatment Issues in Schizophrenia
337
ARTHRITIS
351
SICKLECELL ANEMIA
530
TRANSPLANTS
551
ETHNICITY
565
A Black and White Approach to the Problem of Racism
579
Social Work with Asian Americans
604
Interdisciplinary Approach in Work with Vietnamese
621
Family Treatment of Poverty Level Families
642
A Neglected
655
VALUES
674
Presenting Problems
701
ABUSED CHILDREN
715
DISASTER
750
ENURESIS
773
OBESITY
792
RAPE
807
STEPPARENTING
829
THE UNMARRIED MOTHER
851
VASECTOMY
865
Index
879
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Turner is chair of the School of Social Work at York University in Toronto.

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